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WINKIE Winkie, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

WINKLE Winkle, February 28. A.C.I Allen Chappie (R.A.AF,), son of Mr. and Mrs. Ij. A. Chappie, is home on leave for several weeks to assist with the harvest.—Corporal John Blackwell (A.I.F.) is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Chappie. —Mrs. Dave McDonald accompanied her husband A.C. D. McDonald to the city last week.—Mrs. H. .McR. Dalziel has returned from a visit to the city.— Mife Eugnene Brageaud, of Adelaide, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. h. L. Brugeaud.—Mr. Stafford, of the S.A.R. instructional staff, is staying with his sister, "Mrs. 13. "H. Ridgway.— Mrs. Cook, who has been staying with her aunt, Mrs Vic Possingham, has re turned to Adelaide.

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS FIVE NEW GUINEA CAMPAIGNERS WELCOMED Cpl. Frank Lundie, Soldier of Two Wars Well Attended Social at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

" PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWSj fiVfl NEW GUINEA CAMPAIGNERS WELCOMED Cpi. frank Luadie, Soldier of Two Wars Weil Attended Social at Renmark on Saturday night a welcome home social was given In the R.A.O.B. Hall, Renmark, to Cpl. Flunk Luadie, Driver Les Perry, Driver Jam Bates, Pte. ' Murray Clark arid Sapper Charlie Bath, all 'hack from the .New Guinea battle fronts. About 200 persons attended and the hall was crowded. Music was supplied by Miss Li. Grey and LwA.C. H. Coles in the uniform of the R.A.A.F. Mr. Eru Jackson vfas M.C. The Mayor (Mr. ;S. A. James) said, "Boys, or I should say soldiers, we are indeed .happy and very proud of you ■ all You have all done your duty like gallant soldiers and -we honour you lor this.'' The speaker said that in New Guinea Cpi. Frank Lundie, when his officers had been shot down, had him self led the troops of his unit. Driver Jim Bates was "well known to them loner before he joined the A.I.F. He had also done a wonderful job both in Syria and in N...

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Dance in aid of Monash Istitute Monash, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

-Dance in aid of Monasb institute JOuna&fc, February 28. Ob the evening of Saturday, Febru ary 20th an enjoyable dance was held in the Monasti Hail, There was a splendid attendance, and a very happy , atmosphere prevailed. Mr. Robert Neillson was .M.C. anil music was «ui> plied by J. C. Irving'* orchestra. Mr. Li. Bigg was doorkeeper. Tha pro ceeds amounted to approximately £13 and are to assist the Monash Institute funds. L.A.C. X). H. Maddem (.R.A.A.F.) ie home for about six weeks' leave, to supervise the harvesting of his vine crop.—Master Brian Hutton ie the .guest of Mr. -ana Mrs. L. Ellis, for about two months.—Mr. S. Montlv, who was the jguest of Mrs. I. Frick, has re turned to tlie city.—Mrs Stan Wright is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1, Ralph.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

RABBIT AND FOX SKINS AJbo yVATER RAT ■ KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKiNSs - HORSEHAIR HIDES • TALLOW. ETC. Rail to Mile Sod or Carrier to our 18tor» Prompt Cash. No CommiMlona. CAIN & JACOB 187-9 Wmymouth Street ADELAIDE

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Birth DROGEMULLER (nee Tbelma T^ock) On February 25 at the Renmark Hos pital, to Mr and Mrs. Harold Droge muller—a bonny daughter. Both well. Death WOLTER —On February 18th at Ren mark Hospital, Raymond, beloved little Ron of Max (A.I.F.) and the late Fstlier. Darlins grandson and nephew of Mrs. Patey and Aunts and Uneles. Died on Active Service DAVIDSON—A tribute to the memory of Ted, who made the supreme sac rifice fur us to live. —Ever remembered by Georgia and Dnpline. RYAN, N. F.—In proud and loving memory of our dearly luved .son and brother who died oC illness New Guinea. February isth. —Kver remembered by his mother, sister Mona and brother-in-law Syd. SULLIVAN—On January 23rd. 1943, Private .lames \V. Sullivan, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Sullivan of Malpas. n'-red 22 years. Killed in ac tion in New Ouim-a. VOUNO—A tribute of l"ve arid honour to viur dear son and brother Murray] lulled in Action January lRth, 1 !'■ - •!.; in Now Guinea. Return Thanks Mil. and MRS. OEO. YOU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Combat Coufrhp, Colds, Influenza, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 21 RENMARK WESSLINK & BECK Dental Surgeons Waikerie: Mon.. Tues., Wed.—All Day. Fri. Night; Sat. Morninp. Loxton: Thurs.—11.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.—9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tblele's Buildings, 'Phone 64. Barmera: Owing- to shortage of staff, Mr. Bock is unable to continue visiting Barmeva until Mr. Wesslink is released from mil itary duties. Last Visit—February 26th, 1943 •PHONE WAIKERIE 116. The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust. Ltd. INSURANCE In More Difficult Days Co-operate More BET BILL wont comeback NOW youVe cone anptold HIM WHY sis IS OFFA HIM ! BILL SEES THE DENTIST: the BEST WAY, lieutenant, TO GIVE FINE lustre TO YOUR teeth and j sweetnessto VDUR BREATXISC0N5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

LOXTON MILLING M mm Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be accepted in exchange far OUtST. bat the full quantity d*llv*red must b* taken out In products. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Price 3/6 per Bottle Manufactured by C. B. FLINT, Mill Street, ADELAIDE. WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cash • D PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels Walnuts * Jacca Gum Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly Per Rail MILE END By Sea ~~ __~PORT ADELAIDE By Road — TO ANY CITY DEPOT OXY SUDS ADDRESS—49-51 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE ASK ABOUT FOB YOUR LAUNDRY Save on Plow Shares Whenever you buy Forgan's Shares you buy Real Economy, because Forgan's Shares have proved beyond question that they give Long est and most Satisfactory Service. Forgan's Cast Chilled Plow And Cultivator Shares will fit any make of plow on the market. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

As a strengthening tonic for middle-aged people, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have proved most beneficial. Dr. WllUns' PINK PIUS help to make rich, red blood, which invigorates and strengthens every part of the system THE LAND AGENTS ACT 1925-1936 Notice of Application for Licence Pursuant to the provisions of the Land Agents Act, 1925-193&, I WILLIAM CHARLES WHEELER, of Renmark, hereby give'notice that it is my inten tion to apply to the Local Court of Renmark on behalf of Crowe & New combe Limited, for a licence to carry on the business vjf a land agent at Renniark. Dated at. Renmark this 1st day of February, 1943. W. C. WHEELER. I, Franz Joseph Rosenberg', Clerk of the Local Court of Renmark, hereby approve of this application and to be published in two consecutive issues of "The Murray Pioneer." 1st February, 1943. F. J. ROSENBERG, Clerk.

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PARUA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

PABUNA Badges to aid Merchant Seamen w«re sold last market day by the Mieaee Margaret and Dorothy Edwards assis ted by Mrs. Shorrick . At the last meeting of the Red Cross Mrs. Thome took the 'opportunity of • bidding farewell to Miss Ethel Flavel. airs. Thorne thanked Miss F'lavel for her help and hoped she would carry on with the good work at Berri. Miss Flavel responded:—-"Mrs. Eric Ed wards has returned home after a holi day spent in Adelaide and Aldgate.— Pte. Hards has rejoined his unit after ' a fortnight's leave spent with his sis ter, Mrs. McMahon. He has been i serving in New Guinea.—Mr. Kupke is on holiday; he will visit Murray Bridge, Adelaide and Gawler.—Mrs. Honan and Miss Honan are the guests of Mrs. Arthur.—Mrs. Harrip has re turned to Murray Bridge after being the guest of Mrs. Furniss.—Miss Dot Petch is staying with Mrs. Vaughan, of Berri, for a few weeks.—Mr. Harry Edwards is holidaying at Brighton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 11 a.m. .and 7 p.m. REV. L G. KAY PUSASE NOTE—From next Sunday the evening service will commence at I 7 o'clock each week. Renmark Methodist: RENMARK—11 a..in. Mr. D. H. Warren 7.30 p.m.—Pte. W. P. Bray. RENMARK NORTH—No Service. Ev. Lutheran RENMARK—7 p.m. Preaching: Service. BERHr—10.30 a.m. Preaching Service BARMERA (Institute)—3 p.m. Preach ing- Service. Rev. O. W. Backer). United Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 PARINGA—10.30 Preachin- Harvest Thanksgiving Festival. JjyRUP —'7.30 Preaching. Harvest Thanksgiving' Festival. E. G. Stolz, .pastor.

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Competition Keen Paruna Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Competition Keen Paruna Market Bennett & Fisher Ltd. report having held their usual monthly market at Pariina on Monday, February 15, when an attractive yarding of quality stock was submitted to a good attendance of buyers. Competition was keen through out at values fully equal to late strong SHEEP—1,195 yarded, 1,009 sold.—Fat wethers to 24/6; fat ewes to 19/-; fat lambs to 25/6;" 2 and 4-th. wethers, forward, 18/-; 2, .8, and 4-year ewes, mated, to 26/-; store weaners 14/7. CATTLE—18 yarded and sold—Light weight steers and heifers to £10/2/6; fat yearlinprs to £7/10'/-; cows to £8/7/6. PIGS—178 penned and sold.—Chop pers to £10; -heavy baconers to £6/11/; medium to £5/5/- ; light to £5": pork er* to 76/-; Blips and treanehs 29/ to 48/-. * CALVES—38 yarded &nfl *oli. Beat calf realized £6.

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LOXTON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

LOXTON MARKET Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. report | having held their usual fortnightly market at L,oxton 011 February 11, when a lighter yarding of stock came to hand due mainly to the hot weather making transport of stock very difficult. How ever all JInes met with a keen inquiry and practically a total clearance was effected at prices slightly in advance of late rates. Fat wethers 20/9 to 23/6; fat .ewes 21/3; fat lambs, woolly to 23/6; shorn J6/9 to 18/9; store lambs 12/- to 14/6; 50 s.m. ewes IB/-; 4fi store wethers 17/6. Fat cows to • £1Q/17/C; fat steers £5/2/6 to £7/12/6; heifers to £4/15/-; poddies 27/6' to 77/6. Pigs were lightly supplied but keen bidding by exporters and butchers re cti ited in excs.'i-'.nt prices beiRSf obtained Baconers 80/- to 98/-; porkers 55/- to C9/-; feeders 36/- to 47/-; suckers 17/ to 31/-. Heavy calves 43/- to 73/ light 9/- to 34/-.

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RECORD SITTING IN BERRI COURT Bench Issues Warning To Cyclists Berri, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

RECORD SITTING IN BERRI COURT Bench Issues Warning To Cyclists Berri, February 24. 1 On Monday, February 22, 23 sum monses were dealt with before Justices in the Berri Police Court, which was a record for one sitting. Twenty of these were for offences against the 1 Lights on Cycles Act. The danger to 1 themselves and other road users was stressed by the court. Many com plaints had been made to the District Council by motorists and others of the number of cycles on the roads at night time without lights a.nd on two nights in one week recently the police stop ped 39 cyclists regarding breaches of the Road Traffic Act. ..This should be a warning to all cyc ! lists to see they have the necessary ! lighting on their cycles. Fines of £1 and costs have been imposed and should the practice continue higher . penalties may be inflicted. Before Messrs. H. M. Harrison and O. E. B. Kunoth, J.P.'s., "William Taylor was charged with drunkenness and fined 30/- with 7/6 costs. A youth was fined 10/-...

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WAJSBI [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

WAJSBI The "Wanbi Red Cross Circle resumed its monthly mfctinge after being In re cess during the harvesting months. Mrs. R. W. Pennicott .presided. The secretary (Mrs. D. M. Page) read the correspondence. It was decided that' the sum of £10 should be forwarded from the circle to the Prisoner of War, Fund. The Comforts Fund meeting followed.; Quite a number of Interesting letters, were to hand from members of the' Fighting Forces on the Wanbi list, showing appreciation of the hampers and canteen orders which were sent to them for Christmas. After being in Northern Australia for nineteen months Pte. W. Lake returned home on Friday to spend leave with his parents. CEREAL CROPS GOOD During the week an average fa ft of about 85 points of rain was regis tered.'- Householders whose rain water tanks were getting low welcomed the rain and the cool change. The harvest Is now almost complete with very little wheat remaining to be delivered. Wheat yields generallj' were good . Oats and barley ...

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CURRANTS ALMOST COMPLETED Crop Below Average At Waikerie Waikerie, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

CURRANTS ALMOST COMPLETED Crop Bdkiw Average At Waikferie Waikerie,' f'ebruarv The harvesting of the currant crop has been • practically completed, and the result has been disappointing for many growers. There is no doubt that the crops will be well below a%'e rage, both as to quantity and quality. The sultana harvest is now being proceeded with, and there is promise of a normal crop. The 120 points of rain which fell last week does not appear to have done much harm t othe sultanas, and was of inestimable value to citrus and gordos. Although there is a shortage of lab our the position so far has not been very acute. Some growers have been able to accommodate or arrange ac commodation for their pickers and this has given them a decided advantage. There are 15 women from the Land Army here and they are giving entire satisfaction. A certain amount of casual labour has turned up, and al though there is a marked shortage of labour, it is felt that with a little co-operation between growe...

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NEW RESIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

NEW RESIDENCE A surprise parly was given to Mr. tin<l Mrs. O. Voigt on the occasion of their silver wedding'. Games were played and during evening the Rev. Kloeden spoke. The two daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Voigt, Mrs. .Beile anr Mrs. Zibell were present and pinned a posy on their lapels. Pte. I>. Arnold, who has been home on harvest leave, has returned to hi; unit.—Miss Mona Kloeden, who luu been nursing in Adelaide, is home or annual leave Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Habel are holi daying at Victor Harbour.—Mrs. t> Harris accompanied by her two -eont is spending a holiday at Streaky Bay and Pt. Lincoln.—Mrs. P. J. Kerrison, of Renmark, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roberts.—Cpl. H, T. Beastey (returned from the Middle East and New Guinea) accompanied by his wife is the guest of his brother, Mr. H. Be&sley (invalided home from the Middle Bast).

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Position Satisfactory But Could Do with More Pickers Barmera, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Position Satisfactory But Could Do with 'More Pickers Barmera. February 24.1 The harvest labour position here is reported to be satisfactory, although the district could well do with more pickers*".* All are co-operating, however, to make the most of the available labour, which should lead to ultimate suc cess.

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ALAWOONA Alawoona, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

ALAWO0NA Aiawwnm, February 22.1 The Alawcona Patriotic "Conniflttee "was in charge -of loncheon and afternoon *aa at the Bale of Mr. W. Fischer.' Business was brisk and receipts were a' Tittle over £8. A lamb given by Mr. Fischer was sold in aid of Red Cross Funds and realized 16/-. The committee met on Wednesday to arrange for catering for dinner and tea for the forthcoming S.A. Wheat growers Conference which -will be. held at Alawoona on Monday, March 2. OVER 100 POINTS OF RAIN After another spell of hot weather & change came, and a fall of rain re sulted in over 100 points being regis tered. Mrs. !Mel. Smith accompanied by her son Russell, is spending a fortnight in the city.—Mrs. Collins, of Whyalla, and her mother, Mrs. Edwards, are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Paull Cott rell.—Mr. Rowe accompanied by Mr. Collins is visiting Alawoona.—Mrs. Eglington sen. has been "on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. Stanford of Berri.—Mrs. Cousens, why has been staying with her daughter, ...

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WAIKERIE HOSPITAL NURSES' QUARTERS Estimated Cost £843; Early Start Expected Waikerie, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

WAIKERIE HOSPITAL NURSES' QUARTERS Estimated Cost £843; Early Start Expected Waikerie, February 22. The monthly meeting of the Waikerie District Hospital Board was held on Wednesday evening, when the chairman (Mr. Li. W. Andrew) presided. The matter of additions to the nurses' | quarters was gone into. Estimates of t the proposed building were presented and showed an anticipated cost of £843. A letter was received from the Chief Secretary's Department-stating that the Government would subsidize the "build, inn on a pound for pound basis, and permission to build has been received from the Deputy" Director of War Or ganization of Industry, and it is hoped that the contractor (Mr. A. V. Bal lantlne) will be able to put the work In hand in the near future.. The matter of a* new water service was discussed and deferred vending- a discussion with the District Officer (Mr. F. R. S. Goodchlld) "Who is at j .present on annual leave. : I The financial statement showed the revenue for the mont...

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